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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 19i3.
"LAME DUCKS" EXERT BIG INFLUENCE
ENT TIIE CONGRESSIONAL CLUB ELECTION
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Pcol Hall Open After Hours. The
first prost ration of the pool hall regu
lations which call for th halls to b
eluspd afr mtrtight, resulted In Ed
liiichell. proprietor of the hall at 118
l.:ist Flf-h street being fined 125 and
t- H sterdajr In polioe court. With
J:irchi!l were seren young colored
men vho uere caught In the raid
hirl. was made by Detective Phelan
el'nir 3 o'clock Sunday morning. The
crn.j.ants were lined $1 and costs. All
cianaed that they did not know of the
r . ilatlon' concerning closing at mid
l ihc The same defense was put up
t Mitchell, who claimed that he had
uulred possesBlon of the haTl only
t.ire weeks ago.
Dies ss Result of Injuries. As a re
' 'lit of internal injuries received
; Thursday, when he was struck by a
er.tbound freight train near Durant,
Iowa, John Lydon, aged 28 years, who
was brought here for medical treat
ment, died early yesterday morning at
Mercy hoeplial. Lydon, who 1 em
ployed by the C. R. I & P. railway
as track walker, tnored out of the way
of an east bound passenger train,
r Die on his way home from work and
sifpped directly in the path of the
West bound freight. The train struck
felm and hurled Dim several feet. The
nif-n wu picked up and brought to
I 'a i n port for treatment but internal
Injuries developed and caused bis
Jcu:ii. So far as is known no rela
tives of I tic unfortunate flian live in
S'ctt county, but efforts are being
Disde to locate frieuds at Minneapolis.
Women for School Board. A con
'slBteut fight will be waged by the Dav
n port Women's club during the next
school election for a place on the
board for one or two women which :
tre wm cnoose to enaorse. inaics- Washington. Feb. 8. When the con-jiices, iuf luding the first vic preslden
tiiB were that the Women will decide I ErefHion.il clnh wan formprl hprp irv tn tht ir, the. Kvpnt Atra Flptfh.
to place two names In the field. Pro-jJt,aror two ag0 by the ttoraen o con-jer's retii enient, the club will be in re
Kkhard', 112& West Fourth "treet, ; J;rt.l.8,onal and c.ra,jaI bouseholds it ! pui.liean control.
tliolr consent. A ppecial committee of ! was Understood that the matter of i TJie repuLl'cans elected were: Mre.
the women's club has been working on ; I)0t,C8 bhouW haVe nothing to do Frank 0 BrI daughter of the late
, wan a year ago. Complaint 's now dent; Mrs. Allen Cooper, wife of the
!made that oolitim lias worked Its way i Wisconsin onpressir.an, second vice
into th'; organization. president ; Mrs. Horace Towner of
It is harcd. with some show of i Iowa, recording secretary; Mrs. Fred
or two of their ex were elected , " ' ;-""" , . luuJU,,o:"uu-
to the bourd that she or they would, u ' T ,1 .
in- ueiuui rai, in aaaiuon 10 ine
Vtn. Jolia E. Raker (top lrft, Mrs. Thomas P.
I lctibcr irlKbi).
Gore and Mrs. Dnacan U.
Bi;lal Correi-r.cindenee to The ArRiis. 'cans captured several important of-
various burners men in the city and
a:kud If they were opposed to such
t'.'lon. Tliey found the business men
in sympathy with their plan and said i
that they assured the women that if I
tesy from foe members of the board. !a!tCgf Ul'r ' murh ,J f,a-v at tne re-; presidency, got Mrs. Thomas P. Gore,
It is likely that the socialists will cJnt (,,ppt'"n about the choosing of of- j wife of the senator from Oklahoma;
at.ain have a candidate in the 1dd and A""1'' whowe rule is to last during the ; Mrs. Lemuel p. Padgett of Tennessee,
, next i wo years. i ne ueniocrais goi,anu .Mrs. .James l . lioya or anesourl,
the presidency Mrs. Duncan lT.
i Fletcher, wife of the Florida senator,
it Is also likely tltat Klla G Bushnell
llamliu will again be a candidate.
well down on the list of five vice presi
dents, and Mrs. John E. Raker as cor
Obituary Record. Walter Yerian, j winning hands down; but, the republi-j responding secretary.
for years one of the best known bur-!-- . .
ters in Davenport, beintc formerly pro'
Aod Woman Falls Down Stairs.
Mistaking the door of the. cellar stair
way for the entrance into the auditor
ium of the Swedish Evangelical church,
Mrs. Eva Johnson, a woman of almost
90 years, Sunday Light pitched bead
long down the darkened flight. Her
cries and the noise of the fall brought
aid at once to the Injured woman, the
Rev. A. I. Wedeli and others carry
ing her upstairs and into the parson
age, medical assistance being hurried
ly obtained. The attending physician
found It necessary to take five sttches
to bind the wound. Examination prov
ed that Mrs. Johnson was severely
bruised about the body from her un
fortunate fall and In view of her ad
vanced years, 88, the accident Is like
ly to prove a serious one. Mrs. John
son makes her home with her daugh
ter. Mrs. F. A. Lundahl, 1162 Twelfth
avenue, and being unable to walk fast,
left for the evening services in ad
vance of the others. She reached the
church before them and found no one
there to guide her. In the vestibule
she became confused and walked un
wittingly through the wrong opening.
Use Ham Bone to Effect Entrance.
Louis Bouljon, propietor of the sar
loon on Ninth street and Raiload ave
nue, reported to police Sunday morn
ing that a $40 plate glass window had
been broken after the Saturday night
closing hour. The only missile which
could be found near the scene of the
shattered glass was a ham bone. A
plausible theory is that a robber with
Intent to enter and gobble up the
proceeds of Saturday sales broke the
window pane and departed Bummarily
when he efforts made such noise.
Police Interrupt Crap Came. Re
port of a family quarrel in a Greek
joint at 122 Third avenue, resulted In
the unearthing of a lively crap game
and the arrest of Alex Melios, the pro
prietor, together with four gamblers
shortly after 6 Saturday night. Ponce
who responded to the call failed to
find any sign of famiiy strife; though
report was t,hat a man was administer
ing a whipping to his wife. And so
the officers were somewhat surprised
to "walk in on a quintet of dice tnrow
ing Greeks, who were gathered about
a two-by-four homemade table, fran
tically calling for favorable turn of
the cubes. Police packed the bunch
in the patrol and confiscated cards,
dice and the tab.e.
fc.ietor of the Masonic temple shop. : "ua
Od Saturday night at the state hoB-;rory college in Chicago at the time,
I'tal at Kankakee, 111. .Mr. Yerian,, the malady developing from a severe
Wo many friends In this city who Id. He is survived by his mother,
will be rrleved to learn of his death. I j)rB u. j Kkhardt, one brother, Otto
Walter Kkhardt. son of Mrs. H. H. j Ekliardt, and one sister, Mrs. M. K.
j:ivharJt. 1123 West Fourth street, i jott, all of Davenport,
died In. Chicago Sunday after a two j Hcinrch Frederick Kvers, ased 53
days' IllneFS of pneumonia, at the age!jearB for the past seven years em
Of 22 years. The young man was born p;0yed nt the Vnter den Linden as
ind rslaad in Davenport, receiving his ; porter, raised away at 10:45 o'clock
education in the grammar schools in j Sunday morning at Mercy bospital,
j after an illness of two weeks' dura
tion. Mr. Evers was born Feb. 13,
18G'.. in Plaukau, Prussia, Germany,
' and came to this country when a young
man. He was never married and Is
survived by no relatives in the United
! Mrs. John Stocker, an old and highly
respected citizen of Le Claire, died
his fellowmen. preferring to remain
by himself. Then as durln? ths late
years fishing was vocation and avo
cation, but as the winters here pre
vented this occupation from being a
continuous one. he left several years
since for th farmer dime. The even
ing of Feb. 1, he entered a saloon on
the lower end of D Soto island, very
11L Ready hands at once conveyed
him to Vicksburg, but before he could
be taken to a hospital. Ufa flickered
and was extinct.' Word was sent the
chief of police here, in order to locate
his brothers and to determine upon
the disposition of the body.
Obituary, Old age caused the death
of Claus C. Greves of 1832 Third
avenue, yesterday morning, at the age
of 87 years. He was born in Hamburg.
Germany, Dec. 24, 1826. When 21
years of ae he came to America. Com
ing from New York to Chicago by
way of the Erie canal, he continued
his journey to Des Moines. He did not
stay long at Des Melnes, but came on
to Davenport Ha lived there a short
while, during which time be married
Mibs Louisa Adams of Rock Island.
He then bought the Colona ferry. He
ran .the ferry and conducted a grocery
business in Colona for some five years.
He then went to Des Moines and fann
ed there a while. His next move was
to Cleveland, 111., where he ran a ferry
tor 18 years. He then moved to Mo
line, where he has lived ever since.
Besides bis widow, four children sur
vive him. They are George of Peoria,
Mrs. F. Campbell of Chicago, Sam
of Chicago, and Harry of Moline.
After a sickness of seven months'
duration, Joseph Frlssell, 244 Sev
enth avenue, passed yesterday, at 1:20
a. m. the immediate cause of his
death being Bright's disease. He was
born In Peru, Mass., Dec. 18, 1834, and
was married there In 1S62. In 1869 he
moved to Clinton, Iowa, where he waa
employed by the Chicago and North
western road, aa the head of the air
brake repairers, for over 85 years.
Seven years ago he moved to Moline.
Four children survive him, Mason of
Aurora, 111., Ralph of Omaha, Mrs.
C. E. Cornell and Mrs. Mary Lam
bert sou of Moline. He has one broth
er, Ralph, residing in California.
Jacob A. Renstrom, aged 91, was
ca'.led by death in the home of his
son, Axel J. Renstrom, S3! Eighteenth-
and-a-half avenue, Sunday evening,
infirmities of age being the cause of
his passing. Mr. Renstrom was a na
tive of Sweden and came to this coun
try in 1S55, direct to this state. He
settled in Galesburg and lived there
until one year ago, when he came to
make his home with his son here. His
wife died in Galesburg 13 years ago.
Beside the son he leaves one daugh
ter, Mrs. Hannah Johnson of Gales
burg, four grandchildren and several
relatives in Sweden.
t 3 i ' r-irrisi: .1," -M
Is in Town
Ask for a Bottle
Cafe, Hotel or Club
That It's the Best
HYDE PARK SALES CO
3d Ave. and 24th St.
" Rock Island, 111.
Phone West 900.
Mrs. Ida Hawkins of Kelthsburg
was a guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Kirkpatrick Thursday.
Mrs. H. A. Kellogg and two chil
dren of Peoria came Wednesday to
make a short visit at the home of Mr.
Recluse on De Soto Island Passes. !Hnrt Mrs Charles Kelloee.
Peter Peterson, former resident of this j g. S. Johnson went to Peoria Tues
city, passed away at Vicksburg, Miss., ;day to attend the county treasurers'
Feb. 1, Chief Bisant receiving a news- j convention of the state of Illinois,
paper clipping to this effect yesterday, i wnicn was held in that city Tuesday
Two brothers living here survive him. ;aa(j 'Wednesday.
Mr. Peterson was a man of middle I Tne fourth number of the enter
age, and for some years had lived as Itainment course was held in the Aledo
to Altona Saturday to attend the fu
neral of Mrs.. Peter Hjelm.
S. G. Erickson passed away at, his
home in this city Thursday morning,
Feb. 6, at 7 o'clock. Mr. Erickson
was in his 82d year and death was
due to the infirmities of old age. Fu
neral services were held at the Swed
ish Lutheran church in this city Sun
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted
by Rev. Frank Swenson. Burial took
place in the Aledo cemetery.
Hon. Charles J. Searle of Rock Is
land spent Thursday in Aledo.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thornhill of
Seattle, Wash., who are visiting Mr.
Thornhlll's mother, MrB. Mary Thorn
hill and other relatives In Joy, spent
Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Epperly of Joy was an
Aledo visitor Thursday.
Rev. Frank Swenson went to Viola
Thursday where he performed a wed
J. O. Fender went to Edgewood
Thursday to attend the funeral of his
brother-in law, W. H. Brown, who died
Mrs. G. D. Abrahamson of Joy
came Friday to meet her brother,
Rev. E. O. Sutherland of Richmond,
Mo., who has been assisting in evan
gelistic meetings In Milan and Coal
Valley. They spent the day calling on
Mrs. J. B. Gibson of Omaha, Neb.,
came Thursday to visit at the home of
night, Feb. 6, after an illness lasting
only three days. The remains were
taken to Altona for burial.
Mrs. Richard Hogan spent Thursday
with relatives in Reynolds.
Mrs. Alice Best of Joy was an Aledo
Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Merritt have
spent the week in Chicago attending
the textile exhibit and style ahow in
J. W. Haughey of Topeka, Kan., who
has been visiting at the home of J. R.
and Miss Elizabeth McCrea, returned
The death of Mrs. James A. Porter
of Keokuk, Iowa, occurred at the home
of her sister, Mrs. T. F. Clark. Thurs
day morning, Feb. 6, after a ten days'
illness. Mrs. Porter came to attend
the funeral of Mr. Clark, and was tak
en ill with peritonitis which resulted
in her . death. Funeral services were
held at the home of Mrs. Clark Satur
day, Feb. 8, at 1:30 p. m., conducted
by Rev. A. E. Moody. Interment was
In the Aledo cemetery.
Mrs. J. E. Carlson and daughter.
Miss Ruth, went to Moline Saturday
to spend a few days with Mrs. Carl
son's brother, Frank Plym.
Mss Marie Morrison went to Gales
burg Saturday to spend the day with
her uncle, M. Sullivan and family.
a rec.use on De Soto island, off the0pera house Thursday evening, Feb.
Vicksburg shore. Little was known :fi bv tllQ weatherwax Brothers quar-'Mr. and Mrs. F. A.Gibson.
ere of his life as he made no!ret Tbjs company is composed of j Hannah Elizabeth Pollock died at
friends, his sole companion being a fnr brothers vho are natural musi- her tmnw in Aledo Monday afternoon.
nulla. All ii a v uiic wix,d
Dr. William Lee Howard,
in his article in the Saturday Even
ing Post "Failures at Forty"
states that Tea will tan hides and
should be avoided.
While tea is much used and de
lightful, tannin in Tea is poisonous
Physicians have long recognized
the value of beer over beverages,
commonly used daily on the family
Th betr with a "nap" to it
frequently to those who never
drank beer before, whfch is
in itself a guarantee of the
excellence and absolute puri
ty of Old Style Lager.
In Crystal White Bottles
so that you can feast your
eyes as well as your stomach.
Brewery's Own Bottling;
M. ZIFFRIN. Local Agent
2410 Third Avt, Rock Island, III.
Old Phone Wsst 838.
at her home early yesterday after a
lingering illness or iwo ears. ssne little dog winch guarded tile tent ,inn. n hnv, line voices which Feh a nftr-r few davs' lllnsn with
was 6G years of age and had resided which was t he man's home for years. iiave been improved by years of faith-j pneumonia. Mrs. Pollock, daughter of
in the community 40 years. Mrs. , Communicating with none, he spent ful practice. In addition to their vc-Mr. and Mrs. John Hanley, was born
Stocker. whose maiden name was Pau- hlB time and obtained his livelihood. cai muc the quartet appeared in a fat Cambridge. 111.. July 17, iS51. On
line Hanmi, was . born in Baden, Ger- flshing. whiIe here Mr Peterson, trunlpet quartet, with which all were ! March S. 1869, she was marNed to
iiirtuj. juue o, imo, auu was mrrieu waa never known to mingle much with Relighted. Two of the brothers gave John S. Pollock of Littje York. Ten
,u,.....rl,l,,.,.,,,w4UUu ,D,Unc vhinh w.rn a hltrh order wow. Wn In thorn -It rj
and well given. In connection with whom are living and reside in Aledo
I some of the Riley - selections they
itold of their visit at the Riley home in
i Indianapolis. It, was a most pleasing
'entertainment) and merited the hearty
; applause given by the large audience,
j Mr. and Mrs. William McCulley are
sisters and one brother. Deceased Mn W.'lL-..' PnnJt l-TnnA. I visiting Mrs. Mccune s sisier. Mrs.
" - . . N Shearv n Pattonsburg. Mo.
Realized Health, Hap- The Misses Pearl and Grace McKee
piness and Baby. returned to their college work in Mt
Pleasant, Iowa, Thursday, after spend
Plattsburg, Miss. "Lydia E. Pink- jinS a few da'8 at tDelr home,
ham's Vegetable Comoound has Droved MiBS I-is Dryden of KeithBburg, who
Stocker. They came to Le Claire in 1
1S72 and have resided there ever '
since. Eight children were born to
them, three of whom are living. Be
sides the husband, the survivors are
three daughters, Mrs. Albert Loudrich
of Boston, Mrs. M. C. Nichols of Fol
letts, Iowa, and Alice at home, three
v. as reactive member in the Rehekah
lodge of the Odd Fellows, a member
of the Lad'es' Cemetery association
and of the Court of Honor.
ti:e road to Baltimore.
It Was Over Floating Bridges In the
Old, Old Days.
The road to Baltimore Is over the
lowest of three floating bridges which
have been thrown across the Schuyl
kill river in the neighborhood, of Phila
delphia. The view on passing this
river, which is about 250 yards wide,
is beaofiful. The banks on each side
are high and for many miles above af
ford the most delightful situations of
illas. A very elegant one, laid out In
English taste. Is seen on passing the
river Just above the bridge. Adjoining
to it are public gardens and a house
of entertainment with several good
rooms, to which the citiiens of Phila
delphia rosort in great numbers during
the summer seasons.
The Costing bridges are formed of
jlarge tree, which are placed In the
iwater transver?ely and are chained to
gether. Beams are then laid length
ways upon these and the whole board
ed over to render the way convenient
for passengers. On each side there is
a railing. When very heavy carriages
go across these bridges they sink a
few Inches below the surface of the
water, but the passage is by no means
uanprerous. mey are kept in an even
direction across the river by means of
chains and anchors in different parts
and are also strongly secured on both
shores. Over that part of the river
where the channel lies they are so
contrived that a piece can be removed
to allow vessels to pass through.
jIFrom "Travels Through the States of
!.orth Atuerica," by Isaac Weld, Jr,
and vicinity. Two years ago Mr. and
Mrs. Pollock moved from Little York
to Aledo. Mr. Pollock, who is stricken
with paralysis, has been helpless for
several years, and he with the children
have the sympathy of their many
friends in their great bereavement
Funeral services were held at the home
Wednesday by Rev. J. M. Jones, and
in Little York by Rev. J. B. Bartle.
Burial was In the Little York cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Blue ieft Satur-
Clears Face cf
Wonderful ZEMO Also Stops Terrible
Itching AT ONCE; Ctuus All
Got SB3 Bottle of ZEMO Today.
"At last! At I&nt! One application
of ZEMO, the wonderful hew treat
ment, quickly put an end to thoao
awful, humiliating- pimples and black
head. For the flrat time In months
I haven't been atihamert to go out In
public." A trial of ZEMO will con
vince you of ita astonishing result
In clearing the complexion.
very beneficial to me, for now I am well !had spent a few days here with Miss "day for their home in Twin Lakes,
and have a sweet, healthy baby, and Belle Calhoun, returned home wednes-. Col., after spending several montns
our home is happy.
"I was an invalid from nervous pros
tration, indigestion and female troubles.
!day .here with Mrs.' Blue'B brother, A. A
Miss Olive Werts went to Oquawka Rice.
Thursday to visit at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holmes went to
brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Everett 'Galesburg Saturday and from there to
Werts. (Oklahoma City, Okla., to visit their
Miss Erna Young went to Galva i daughters, Mrs. Ralph Cies and Miss
Thursday to spend a few days with j May Holmes.
friends. j Mrs. Clayton Brldgford of MUlers-
Mrs. H. O. Bauer of New Boston iburg went to Moline Saturday to visit
spent Wednesday here with her moth
er, Mrs. F. M. Bateman, who accom
panied her home.
"I think I suffered every pain a wo
man could before I began taking Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
I think it saved this baby's life, as I
lost my first one.
"My health has been Tery good ever
since, and I praise your medicine to all
my friends. " Mrs. Vekna "Wilkes,
R. F. D. No. 1, Plattsburg, Miss.
The darkest days of hubband and wif o
are when they coma to look forward to
a childless and lonely old age.
Many a wife has found herself inca
pable of motherhood owing to some
derangement of the feminine system,
often curable by the proper remedies.
In many homes once childless there
are now children because of the fact
that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound makes women normal.
If yon want special advice write to
Lydia . Pinbbain .Medicine Co. ( confi
dential) Ljnn, Mass. Yoor letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held In strict confidence.
Miss Jes6ie Coleman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Longley and
Mrs. Longley's brother, Mr. Harbour
Miss Nell Peters went, to Viola Fri-!of Kansas, went to Burgess Saturday
day to visit her grandmother, Mrs. R. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Longley.
Barrett. Lucian B. Doughty, a pioneer of Mer-
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lowry, daughter 'cer county, passed away at his home
Miss Ethel and son Curtis went to . in Aledo Wednesday evening, Feb. 5.
.Chicago Wednesday to attend the auto Funeral services were held at the,
show. ' home Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, (
i V.'. W. Lair and William Denin have Rev. A. E. Moody officiating. Inter- j
gone to Melfort, Canada, to visit Mr. iment was in the Aledo cemetery, in j
and Mrs. George Leek. 'charge of the Warren Shedd post No.,
; J. L. lemon and daughter Miss Sue 2C2, G. A. R-, of which he was a mem-1
!went to Sandwich Friday to visit their ber. j
son and brother, J. B. Lemon. Mrs. C. L. Gregory and daughter,
j James McManus of Preemption ; Miss Martha, went to Viola Thursday
'has purchased the C. R. Cross prop- j and spent the day with Mrs. W. II.'
erty and will soon move to this city. Bissell, who is ill with pneumonia. !
Miss Ethel Brown returned to her I Mrs. J. F. White and little daughter !
home in Viola Friday after a short! Ruth went to Kelthsburg Thursday to!
visit here with her grandparents, Mr. i see Mr. White, who was ill in that
and Mrs. C. Balmer. city, and accompanied him home Fri-
Mrs. A. J Sweet went to Burgess day.
Pont Look this Wat Whig ZCaO Wit
Cars Vim cf Pimple and lliotclica.
Barely and yutckly.
ZEMO Is a clean, antiseptic notation,
not a greasy pant or ointment. You
etmply apply it on tlit ud part
your plrupleo, blo'.chrs r. r.u t.i&.ckhra'la,
all iciama eor'ja and palrta, prickly
lieat, ruab, tetfr ir.tifM.j-vl or i' IJrnerl
;Lln.cll dliiappr-or. It c.ir-i U&n-
di-uA which la fulp wsnm. 7Y,MO la
guaranteed to hUp llcL:rig immi-Jluti-ly.
It trlvea Instant r llrf.
"I have had wonderful benefit from
your famoua ZEMO for the ai.ln. It
has cured my face completely." Mloa
K. N., Kugby I'lace. I.oui. Mo.
Go to any flrat-clana drutf n'oro ani
get a 25c aealed bottle of- 5MSMO, or
ent direct on receipt f prlco by K. W,
Ktxe Medicine Co.. St. IiiIr,
Sold and guaranteed In Rock Island
by F. D. G. Wa'.ker, druggist, Fourth
avenue and Twentieth street. (Adv.)
Friday and spf nt the day at the home
of Mrs. E. C. Fuller.
Miss Claire Smith of Kelthsburg '
spent Wednesday with Mis Laura
M;ss Lila Iacklin and Mrs. Bertha ; Love.
Smith left SJurday for Chicago. j Mrs. John Bali rd and Mrs. D. S. '
Mrs. R. H Taylor of Moline spent I Prentiss of New Boston spent Satur-,
Friday at the fcome of A. A. Rice. day in Rock Islasd. j II
Mr. and Andrew Mason went j Mrs. Peter Hjelm died Wednesday i
TO THE BIG SALE AT
B. Fryer's New and Second Hand
store. We are selling every
thing In the house at one-fourth
to one-half off, as we need the
room for spring &nd summer
goods. We have a number of
beaters which must go at half
price; also a number of cook
stoves and rangeb. Bed springs
and mattreshes at your own
price. Don't forget we have the
best assortment of Iiuuitwxc,
carpets, rugs, trunks and suit
cases. Tools of all kinda. We
buy, b11 or trade anything of
value. Give ua a call, r.e con
vinced of what a dollar can do at
1505 SECOND AVENUE